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Easter in Azores and the rebirth of Yacht season!

Hi everyone, it's Easter time and as you're used to know, yes, it's totally different in Azores. Easter in Azores is also related to the rebirth of the Yacht season. Easter in Azores starts with the "Holy Week" and the preparation of the traditional Folar (a sweet bread with an egg inside). Like in other places these festivities end on Sunday with the resurrection celebration. In Azores, it's on this...

Azores: An unique Digital Nomad destination. Why?

Why Azores? As you know, Azores are known for their immense nature and biodiversity. It is a great destination for people who want to relax and forget about the busy city life. Azores give you unique sensations and experiences but there's much more besides that. It can possibly become the next Digital Nomad paradise, and we are going to show you why! Opportunities As you arrive here you'll immediately...

Why 2022 is the year to achieve your goals, in Azores?

Hello there, we hope your year started well. Already with plans in mind? If not don't worry because today we're gonna tell you why 2022 is the year to achieve your goals in Azores.     Two years passed by and Azores kept on being a safe destination. 2022 is the year to "restart the machine" and prepare everything for the decade to come. This is the year to re-plan your life, to do...

Why Christmas is different in Azores?

Today, we're gonna show you why Christmas is different in Azores. Due to its religious culture, Azorean people see Christmas as a time of joy, friendship and cooperation. December is full of different activities, and is one of the months where you see a lot of traditional Azorean "behaviors"  at the same time. Like you can see here. Not only the Azores archipelago Christmas is different. On each...

How can we help when building your home in Azores?

Building your dream home in Azores islands! This is how Azores Properties can help when building your dream home. First of all you'll need to choose an island to settle. We recommend Faial and Pico has they are close to each other and make part of a small economic hub called "Triangle Islands" which are Faial, Pico and São Jorge islands. This will enhance your experience in Azores due to the proximity...

In the Azores you’ll enjoy a healthier lifestyle!

  The answer is complex but simple to explain so lets get into it!   "How moving to Azores helps enjoy a healthier lifestyle?" One of the how's is by just moving into the Azores. Even if you don't notice it, your eating habits will start changing due to the healthier production of food. People are still linked with nature, having a culture that encourage family and friendships over work...

Building your own house on the Azores

Many people are looking into buying a plot of land and constructing a house of their own design on the Azores. For us, being a company operating in the Central Group we have had quite a few clients who have done this. It can be a long process and not always a smooth one hence the need for us to give some tips for those who want to embark on this journey.  The first thing to do is to find suitable land...

Snowy Pico - Azores

Faial and Pico islands: an oasis of opportunity

In between two troubled continents, mid-way between Europe and North America, you will find an oasis of opportunities: The islands of Faial and Pico in the Azores archipelago. More than a natural paradise, these islands offer a growing dynamic investment climate. Investors can plan long term due to the political stability of Portugal, a long standing EU member-state. A healthy business environment...

Azores real estate licensed

Licensed or unlicensed?

There are quite a few websites which offer properties on the Azores and often buyers take in as much information as they can to find their dream home. I often get emails asking about properties that turn out to be not for sale at all. This is about real companies that operate with a real estate license and those that don´t. A number of these websites and people that operate them are working either...

Azores in Winter

So how are the winters on the Azores and what does it mean for my house?

The Azores are considered a sub-tropical climate zone. What does this mean? Normally sub-tropical weather refers to humid and hot summers that last quite long and dry mild winters. In the Azores the climate might vary a bit per island and even one single island can have distinctively different climate zones depending on mountains, wind, valleys, rivers, lakes etc. In the case of the Central Group of the...

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